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Singapore/New York/Singapore flights SQ21/SQ22 – More proofs of a FLAT EARTH

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“It’s flat & motionless Folks! From the Pilot’s basic study guide; please read 1.1.2 & let that sink in! Every Pilot was taught this, but some still don’t get it, (I didn’t at first) & some just stay asleep & yes it does say ‘assumed’ but when does the theory become a spinning reality? Where is the next part B manual to apply Coriolis & curvature nonsense to any flight? Never…because it is a flat & stationary Earth we live & fly on. All flight planning & aerial navigation is based always on a flat motionless plane! Curvature or spin is never accounted for EVER 😱☯️😴”
Flat nonrotating earth

page 126:

“The nonlinear equations of motion used are six-degree-of-freedom equations

sith stationary atmosphere and flat, nonrotating earth”

Determination of Angles of Attack and Sideslip from Radar Data and a Roll Stabilized Platform

NASA – March 1972 page 2:

“The method is limited, however, to application where a flat, nonrotating earth”

An Aircraft Model for the AIAA Controls Design Challenge
NASA – 1991 – page 11:

“The nonlinear equations of motion used in this model are general six-degree-of-freedom equations representing the flight dynamics of a rigid aircraft flying in a stationary atmosphere over a flat non-rotating earth”

Investigation of Aircraft Landing in Variable Wind Fields
NASA 1973 – page14 pdf or 6 on actual report:

a) The earth is flat and non-rotating.

A Mathematical Model of the CH-53 Helicopter

NASA – page 17:

“The helicopter equations of motion are given in body axes with rerpect to

a flat, nonrotating Earth.”

Atmospheric Oscillations

Georgia Tech April 1965

Prepared for NASA

page 13:

A model frequently used is that of a flat, nonrotating earth.

page 19:

These equations assume a rigid vehicle and a flat, nonrotating Earth.

Flight Testing a VSTOL Aircraft

NASA 1988 – page 9 pdf or 4-5 on actual doc:

“For aircraft problems, the state and measurement models together represent the kinematics of a rigid body for describing motion over a flat, nonrotating Earth…”

Time to Climb


“In our minimum time-to-climb problem, the aircraft is modeled as a point mass and the flight trajectory is strictly

confined in a vertical plane on a non-rotating, flat earth.

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